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Monday, October 23 • 1:30pm - 2:25pm
#m3a: Scholarship+

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Presentations
 
Disrupting the (Digital) Library: CLIR Fellows as Change Agents for Digital Scholarship Services in Academic Libraries
Zack Lischer-Katz, Tara Carlisle
University of Oklahoma Libraries, United States of America
 
This presentation will offer a case study of one moment of library innovation in which a new social actor was introduced into an academic library, reflecting on related shifts in roles and responsibilities, the development of new collaborations between library units, and reallocations of library resources.
 
 
Library Support of Digital Scholarship at Two-Year Institutions
Sarah Kirkley
Georgia State University
 
Teaching is often the focus at two-year institutions and presents a key opportunity for librarians to support digital pedagogy and digital literacy initiatives that have the potential to impact students in the classroom and beyond.
 
 
Community Meet Capacity: Growing Digital Scholarship Center
Rikk Mulligan, Jessica Otis, Lisa Zilinski
Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, United States of America
 
Carnegie Mellon University is creating a digital scholarship center through the join-support of the university libraries and Dietrich College (H/SS). Its core team is charged to grow an interdisciplinary digital community of practice through outreach, consultation, and collaboration in digital research from the seed of a grant-funded DH program.
 
 
Digitizing NOW - an experiment in embedded digital librarianship
Jody Perkins
Miami University, United States of America
 
As part of a Women and Gender Studies capstone seminar, students worked with their instructor and an embedded digital librarian to digitize, catalog, and blog about materials from an archive of scrapbooks documenting the work of two local activists in the 1970s to mobilize local chapters of N.OW.
 
 
Electronic Literature and Technographic Metadata
Erik Radio(1), Elika Ortega(2)
1: University of Arizona, United States of America; 2: Northeastern University, United States of America
 
Electronic literature poses new challenges for metadata practices. This presentation explores a complex shift from bibliographic to technographic metadata, a hybridity denoting a work’s expressive capacity to be technical in origins. Comparisons of e-lit taxonomies and ontologies will be addressed, and whether this phenomenon is indicative of emerging trends.
 

Speakers
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Tara Carlisle

Digital Scholarship Specialist, University of Oklahoma Libraries
Tara Carlisle is Digital Scholarship Specialist at the University of Oklahoma Libraries where she facilitates collaborative research projects in the Digital Scholarship Lab at the Helmerich Collaborative Learning Center. The Digital Scholarship Lab serves as a nucleus for faculty... Read More →
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Sarah Kirkley

Instruction Coordinator & Liaison to English, Arts, & Humanities, Georgia State University Library, Clarkston Campus
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Zack Lischer-Katz

CLIR Research Fellow in Data Curation, University of Oklahoma
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Rikk Mulligan

Digital Scholarship Strategist, Carnegie Mellon University
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Jessica Otis

Digital Humanities Specialist, Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh DH, Digital Humanities, Pedagogy, CLIR-DLF Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
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Jody Perkins

Miami University


Monday October 23, 2017 1:30pm - 2:25pm
Westmoreland

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